The new furniture collection is imbued with the line’s trademark sense of elegant style
Words by KELSEY McKINNON
When Yves Spinelli and Dwyer Kilcollin, the husband-and-wife team behind the cult jewelry line Spinelli Kilcollin, couldn’t find the exact furniture pieces they dreamed of for their new pad in Montecito Heights, they decided to forge their own. Echoing their bold yet minimal signature linked rings, the couple’s first interiors line, SK Home, debuted this fall with the pieces they designed for themselves.
“We wanted to do something that would be modular with designs that allow the buyer to customize the shape, use and materiality of a piece to suit their exact use,” Kilcollin says. For instance, the luminescent Elam table can be ordered in a combination of stainless steel, bronze, brass or polished aluminum. “The possibilities are endless,” she says.
Next year, the pair will roll out additional pieces alongside their baubles, but only time will tell where this creative spinoff will lead. Kilcollin says, “Of course each new design path takes its own twists and turns.”
Feature image: The Elam table, $12,000.
This story originally appeared in the November 2019 issue of C Magazine.
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